Project Administrator Job Description
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The Project Administrator is responsible for the direction, coordination, implementation, control, and completion of projects. They set deadlines, assign responsibilities and monitor and summarize the progress of a project. A successful candidate will work with teams composed of internal stakeholders and outside vendors as needed to ensure the coordination of the projects is within budget and scope. He or she will coordinate with departments to ensure all aspects of the project are aligned with the strategy, commitments, and goals of the organization.
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We are seeking a detail-oriented, organized, and proactive Project Administrator to join the team for this new “research-to-action” effort to improve economic stability and mobility for low-income workers. The effort brings together a stakeholder collaborative of employer- and worker-focused practitioners, policy leaders, private sector leaders (including large- and small businesses), scholars, and philanthropists to fill foundational knowledge gaps, both in research and in practice, in how to best support the long-term stability and upward mobility of low-wage workers. The successful candidate will work closely with the initiative’s Executive Director, project manager, and other core members of the team. This position plays a key support role on projects that includes administration, operations, event support, and stakeholder engagement. This is an exciting opportunity for an individual interested in learning about the ins and outs of building a new high-profile initiative and applying their experience in nonprofit and business operations.
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The Project Administrator is generally responsible for project administration including overall planning, tracking, and documentation of one or several projects from the project proposal phase to the project closeout phase. Projects are typically outlined with specific guidelines and procedures. This position is also responsible for overall department support, including but not limited to the leader and project managers for the specific discipline assigned. This work will be performed under general supervision.
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The Project Administrator provides technical and administrative support to the project development staff.
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A Projects Administrator assists with organizing and controlling special projects by communicating risks, opportunities, and the current state of the project.
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We are currently recruiting a Project Administrator for our client. If you enjoy supporting projects, we encourage you to apply.
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We are currently recruiting for a Project Administrator. The purpose of this role is to provide project administration.
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The Project Administrator will be responsible for driving complex, high priority, projects or component phases of larger programs, using Agile and Waterfall methodologies. Accountable for delivering projects on time, within budget, and in scope. Required to lead and coordinate cross-functional, cross-departmental, cross-company teams that are responsible for all aspects of a project, from initiation to closure. Must be able to handle multiple projects and assignments concurrently. Assignments will be strategic, requiring post-holder to exercise creativity, flexibility, self-motivation, and initiative while conceptualizing the organization’s vision. Will develop and execute project plans, and project documentation and manage project communication and expectations.
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The Project Administrator coordinates scheduling and administrative tasks for projects.
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We are looking for a Project Administrator to join our team.
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Frequently asked questions
What is the role of a project administrator?
The role of a project administrator is to support project managers in the successful delivery of projects. They are responsible for performing administrative tasks, tracking project progress, maintaining project documentation, and ensuring that projects are completed on time, within budget, and meet quality standards.
A project administrator's specific duties may include:
Setting up project files and documentation
Coordinating meetings and events
Managing project schedules and timelines
Monitoring project expenses and budget
Ensuring compliance with project management standards and procedures
Facilitating communication and collaboration among project team members
Tracking and reporting project progress to stakeholders
Handling administrative tasks such as arranging travel, managing correspondence, and updating project records.
What makes a good project administrator?
A good project administrator should have strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and excellent communication skills. They should be able to work collaboratively with project team members and stakeholders to ensure the smooth running of the project. A good project administrator should also be able to manage multiple tasks and priorities, be proactive in identifying and resolving issues, and have a strong understanding of project management methodologies and tools. Additionally, they should have strong problem-solving skills, be able to work under pressure and be adaptable to changing project requirements.